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Trump kind of admits he might have cost Republicans the Senate (mer., 20 oct. 2021)
And even as he threatens to hurt them again, Republicans have chosen to remain silent about the Big Lie.
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Bannon’s Jan. 6 role walks the thin line between revolutionary rhetoric and revolution (Wed, 20 Oct 2021)
That boundary is critical for the committee investigating the Capitol riot.
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ACLU sues Oklahoma, saying law restricting teaching of gender and race theories is unconstitutional (Wed, 20 Oct 2021)
The lawsuit alleges the law led some schools to tell teachers not to use terms like “white privilege” in lessons and prompted some school districts to remove books like “To Kill a Mockingbird” from reading lists.
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Trump kind of admits he might have cost Republicans the Senate (Wed, 20 Oct 2021)
And even as he threatens to hurt them again, Republicans have chosen to remain silent about the Big Lie.
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A simple guide for following vaccine news — and avoiding misinformation (Tue, 19 Oct 2021)
Four ideas for a more productive conversation about vaccines.
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Colin Powell’s death epitomizes the willful carelessness of vaccine skeptics like Tucker Carlson (Tue, 19 Oct 2021)
Colin Powell's death is a case study in how they mislead.
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White House unveils plans to roll out coronavirus vaccines for children ages 5 to 11 (Wed, 20 Oct 2021)
The White House is anticipating the approval of coronavirus vaccines for 5- to 11-year-olds in early November.
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Soldier with ‘Hitler mustache’ is first to be thrown out of military after Capitol riot charges (Wed, 20 Oct 2021)
Timothy Hale-Cusanelli, whose photo in court records showed him with a squared-off moustache and slicked back hair, is one of at least six service members federally charged in connection with the Capitol riot involving supporters of President Trump.
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No, Biden isn’t proposing that the IRS spy on bank records (Wed, 20 Oct 2021)
The Democrats’ proposal was never that intrusive and now is much more limited.
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House Jan. 6 committee votes to hold Bannon in contempt (Wed, 20 Oct 2021)
The former Trump adviser is expected to be referred to the Justice Department for criminal prosecution for refusing to comply with a subpoena.
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What it means that state politics are heavily nationalized (Wed, 20 Oct 2021)
The results of the California recall by county almost perfectly mirrored the results of the 2020 presidential election.
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Federal grand jury indicts Rep. Jeff Fortenberry on charges of lying to investigators about campaign contribution (Wed, 20 Oct 2021)
He is charged with one count of scheming to falsify and conceal material facts and two counts of making false statements to federal investigators looking into an illegal contribution to his 2016 campaign.
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The Trailer: The green wave, the Black candidate boom, and other takeaways from the fundraising quarter (Wed, 20 Oct 2021)
In this edition: Lessons from the latest fundraising reports, Black Democrats look to replace retiring White incumbents, and the Colin Powell presidential bid that never was.
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Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, who is fully vaccinated, tests positive for coronavirus (Wed, 20 Oct 2021)
In a statement, the department said Mayorkas tested positive Tuesday morning after taking a test as part of “routine pre-travel protocols.”
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Supreme Court declines to immediately block vaccine mandate for Maine health-care workers (Tue, 19 Oct 2021)
The justices have denied similar requests originating in Indiana and New York City.
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A simple guide for following vaccine news — and avoiding misinformation (Tue, 19 Oct 2021)
Four ideas for a more productive conversation about vaccines.
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Emanuel touts support among Black leaders ahead of confirmation hearing for ambassador job. But senators have questions. (Tue, 19 Oct 2021)
Emanuel claims to have a letter supporting him from the family of Laquan McDonald.
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Hearing aids without a prescription or an exam? The FDA takes big step toward making that happen. (Tue, 19 Oct 2021)
The agency’s proposal would create a new category of over-the-counter hearing aids and supersede state-level regulations that require patients to go through physicians or audiologists to get prescriptions and fittings for them.
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Rachel Levine, openly transgender health official, sworn in as four-star admiral in Public Health Service (Tue, 19 Oct 2021)
The former Pennsylvania health secretary was sworn in Tuesday as the sixth four-star admiral in the history of the U.S. Public Health Service.
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Iowa Democratic Party chairman receives multiple threats, including one of lynching, after criticizing Trump (Tue, 19 Oct 2021)
Ross Wilburn, the first Black chairman of the Iowa Democratic Party, wrote an op-ed criticizing the former president.
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Congress is still trying to get Trumpworld to play by its rules (Tue, 19 Oct 2021)
It doesn't have much choice.
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Colin Powell’s death epitomizes the willful carelessness of vaccine skeptics like Tucker Carlson (Tue, 19 Oct 2021)
Colin Powell's death is a case study in how they mislead.
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What voting rights provisions might Republicans support? (Tue, 19 Oct 2021)
Democrats desperately want to get a voting rights bill passed. But short of ending the filibuster, they’re going to need Republican votes to do it.
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